Beautiful from the start, it flows well into the second track as if it was just meant to be. Buoyant and spacious, like chocolate with bubbles in. A gorgeous minimalist taste experience, as a cinematic experiment. Something akin to watching a film with your eyes closed. Some visuals retain their apparent solidity and movement even so. A curious circumstance in transcendentalism. Very nice track, pushes all the buttons on the desk, just nicely. Il vetro deformante, flows and bubbles similarly, though simultaneously being a world apart. Epic sound manipulation. A very good combination of artistic endeavour for sure, deep calls to deep, and here we end up with deeper still, with positive disproportion.
Something Strange Between The Trees, is an everlasting truth to a tale. It is always there, and makes me think of a novel called Flicker, wherein the black part of film was the effective aspect. The antithesis being the apotheosis. Totally believable that such a combinatory effect should arise from this musical meshing. The Escape is all the bustle you might expect from such a scene. That it seems it could go on forever appears succinctly logical and descriptive of the new human condition. Then, it is over and we are left with such a perfect set of End Titles, you don't want to stand and leave. You want to go through it all over again. That's got to be a good sign!
(a review by Ivan1984 http://www.jamendo.com/en/user/Ivan1984)
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